Check Mike's Letter weekly for our reviews of the movies that are now playing and coming soon to the State and Bijou. It's also your best resource for details on special events and promotions at the theaters, and the hottest news about everything going on in the Traverse City Film Festival universe.
We’ve got our own real life Oscar® on display in the lobby, so you know what that means! The Oscars® hit our big screen this Sunday, March 4, 2018!
From the candy canes to the carolers, here at the State Theatre we go all out for our holiday movies (I mean, have you seen our jam packed schedule?). And for our staff members, let's just say the holiday movie traditions don't stop at the theater. Ranging from tried and true classics to things a little more obscure (and a little less Christmas-y), here are some of our staff's favorite films to watch to make the yuletide gay.
It's the most wonderful time of the year, our 2017 holiday film schedule is here! We hope you'll join us for all of the merry movies. Browse the schedule below, purchase your tickets, and download a PDF of the schedule.
Are you a book lover as much as a movie lover? Do you enjoy comparing and contrasting books to their film adaptations? Do you and your book club make plans to come see all the movie versions of books you've read? Do you want to have a thoughtful discussion about a movie you've just seen? Well then Reel Reads is the ticket for you!
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Hopefully you followed directions there, 'cause it is time once again for the State Theatre's illustrious Halloween Schedule! It’s several weeks of spooky celebrations leading up to a special Halloween day event! Let’s get started.
We kick things off this Friday, October 20 at 11:00 pm with an Friday Night Flicks screening of the 1996 teen horror classic “Scream,” complete with a Ghostface photo booth and period-correct cordless telephone. Tickets are only $3 each or 2 for $5!
The Traverse City Film Festival is proud to announce that it has been awarded a grant of $70,000 from the State of Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA) for the State Theatre's urgently needed new boiler. We are required to match these funds with other public and private dollars -- so your support is appreciated more than ever as we continue to raise funds to purchase and install the energy-effiencent system needed for us to remain open. Learn more about the boiler project here.